Third Place in the Art Song Division at CMIM and Radio Canada’s Audience Prize.

Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano Olivier Godin, piano Franz Schubert : An Sylvia D. 891 Hector Berlioz : La mort d'Ophélie H. 92A Robert Schumann : Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart op. 135 Abschied von Frankreich Gebet Robert Fleming : The Confession Stone (Songs of Mary) Bring me those needles, Martha Everything is black Oh, my boy Jesus Franz Schubert : Die junge Nonne D.

Final round performance, September 7th, 2017, Wigmore Hall, London - Tyler Wottrich, piano

I was much more taken by Clara Osowski, a 31-year-old with a rarely beautiful mezzo-soprano, who sang from inside the music with unaffected purity and sincerity. Her rendering of Liszt’s Uber allen Gipfeln was rapt in its stillness and she made something chastely moving of Howell’s King David. Her golden glow in Schubert’s Im Abendrot earned her a consolation prize for the competition’s best performance of music by that composer, but I felt she deserved better.
— Rupert Christiansen, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

2017 Das Lied 2nd Prize Winner: Clara Osowski with pianist Tyler Wottrich

Die fünfte Ausgabe von Thomas Quasthoffs International Song Competition „Das Lied" fand 2017 erstmals in Heidelberg statt. 26 Sängerinnen und Sänger aus 22 Nationen konkurrierten um Preisgelder in Höhe von insgesamt 35.000 Euro sowie Preisträgerkonzerte, unter anderem in der Wigmore Hall in London, auf Schloss Elmau und beim Musikfestival „Heidelberger Frühling".

November 24, 2013 performance of Mahler's monumental symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" by the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra and the Minnesota Chorale at Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN. Conductor: Wiliam Schrickel. Soprano: Rachel Daddio. Alto: Clara Osowski Minnesota Chorale artistic Director: Kathy Saltzman Romey Video production: Tim Rummelhoff